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Saturn Vue Green Line Hybrid to Debut at NAIAS

MPH magazine's online web site reports that General Motors plans to unveil six new models, including two new concepts, at this year's North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Among them will be a pre-production version of the 2007 Saturn Vue Green Line hybrid, "one early example of Saturn's product revitalization," according to the magazine.

The Sky... and Beyond

In the beginning, back in the early '90s, Saturn had the three elements of enduring brands -- innovative and high quality product, great marketing, and a terrific retail experience. So what happened?

Aura Named Best Production Car at NAIAS

Earlier today, BusinessWeek named Saturn's new Aura sedan the "Best Production Car $21,000 to $25,000" on display at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

Lutz: What You See is What You Get

The following is a statement from Bob Lutz published on Monday, January 10th, after the media unveiling of the 2007 Saturn Sky and Aura concept midsize sedan. Great news regarding the production version of the Aura. The buzz at the media unveiling was that there are really only going to be 4 or 5 things that will be different in the production model.

Saturn Unveils Sky Roadster

With its dynamic design and quick and agile performance, the Sky roadster delivers a bold message about the next generation of vehicles from Saturn. The Sky, introduced at the North American International Auto Show and slated for production in 2006, is the first vehicle to feature a new look that will influence Saturn's entire future product lineup.

Aura to Make NAIAS 2005 Debut

MSN.com's North American Auto Show (NAIAS) 2005 preview page lists the Saturn 'Aura' concept as the second of two Saturn vehicles making their debut at the Detroit show next week. The first vehicle, of course, is a production version of the Saturn's Kappa-based RWD Sky roadster. Details of both vehicles are embargoed by General Motors at this time.

New Saturn Kappa Roadster Concept to Debut in January

Canada's GlobeandMail.com reports that Saturn will unveil an updated version of its Kappa-based Saturn Curve concept at the Detroit International Auto Show this coming January. The new concept car will lose its top, a la the Pontiac Solstice, but will sport Saturn's new signature European look that GM executives have been hinting at for the past few months.

Saturn 'Curve' Concept Announced

Led by the new, sixth-generation Corvette, General Motors reinforces its commitment to producing compelling vehicles with the introduction of several new concept and production models at the 2004 North American International Auto Show. The 2005 Corvette raises the ante in sports car performance while maintaining a reverent connection to its half-century of heritage.

Saturn Van, Convertible to be Unveiled in '04

SaturnFans.com has learned that Saturn is planning two major vehicle debuts during the upcoming 2004 auto show season. While the exact timing of the unveilings has yet to be determined, sources indicate that it's more a matter of when, not if the debuts will occur.

Saturn Announces Upcoming Performance Line

Answering the performance desires of customers, Saturn is developing a series of performance vehicles and released an artist's conceptual rendering of a specially modified Ion quad coupe at the 2002 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas with production slated for 2004.

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2005 Saturn Preview

With the 2005 model year just around the corner, SaturnFans.com has assembled a list of the rumored changes to each of Saturn's existing models. Look for a more complete - and official - list to be posted online as soon as it becomes available.